A Krispy Kreme employee has gone viral on TikTok after posting a video attempting to glaze a ring doughnut over and over again, and the results are crazy!

On August 14th, TikTok user @jackpaul_jones was bored at work when he decided to make history. He had the incredible idea of glazing a Krispy Kreme ring doughnut 25 times, making a white ball that somewhat resembled a doughnut.

And the best part is, he filmed it and uploaded the video, which has gained 4.6 million views and 860,000 likes, to TikTok!

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Krispy Kreme employee glazed a doughnut 25 times

A TikTok user called @jackpaul_jones has gone viral on TikTok after he made a video where he decided to see what would happen if he glazed a doughnut over and over again.

He said: “Since it was a slow day at work we decided it was time we experimented. Our shift manager was skeptical but we decided it needed to be done.”

Then, he proceeds to send the doughnut through the glazing machine 25 times. Every time, the icing on the Krispy Kreme ring doughnut gets thicker and thicker.

He revealed that he was doing it for over an hour, and said “we realised we had created a monster” as the doughnut turned into a white ball of icing that hardly resembled a doughnut at all.

“The end product was so heavy that it almost tore through a bag so we had to use a box,” he said.

Then he did a taste test

The Krispy Kreme employee then uploaded a part two video where he did a taste test of the monster he had created. “It’s time to dissect and eat the mega glaze,” he said.

Upon cutting into the doughnut, he reveals that the layers weren’t as exciting as he’d hoped but the thick layer of white icing was still a “terrifying masterpiece nonetheless”.

Now time for the taste test. Three different people tried the creation, and they all has the same verdict – it wasn’t good. “My tastebuds shut down as soon as I took a bite,” he said.

Krispy Kreme weren’t happy about the TikTok videos

In a third video, @jackpaul_jones revealed that Krispy Kreme had seen the viral videos and weren’t very happy.

He took part in TikTok’s viral Bulletproof trend and said: “Think you can hurt my feelings? Corporate Krispy Kreme filed a cease and desist against me because 2 news outlets wrote an article on my TikTok.”

A cease and desist letter is a document sent to an individual to stop alleged illegal activity, so Krispy Kreme arguably wanted the video to be taken down.

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